Quoting: Vesper33 Quoting: shadasonic
Hi Vesper, I said earlier today's energy was yuk, called it day of the dead, was asking shad what he thought Quoting: Isis One
Felt very depressed which is odd for me and I'm very sick right now with streph throat and bronchitis,hate antibiotics but had to get on them. I honestly feel like every couple days the energy shifts almost like polarities shifting. I've been off for weeks!
Much love and remember we need to work through these energies and maintain balance. Will be back later gang
Hope you feel better soon Shada!!! You are soooo important to all of us here as your spirit shines so brightly!!!
yes i agree about yesterdays energy being yukky
regarding the earthworms, luis had this thread recently Thread: More than 10,000 earthworms found dead in a parking lot of 250m2 North Japan!!!
here is a post from that thread:
"earthworms come out for different reasons
choose your favourite from the following:
1 too much rain - they are afraid to drown
2 rainworm love - maybe it´s time to get a nice rainworm girl?
3 vibrations/gas in the ground - if their environment changes, vibrates (which feels like much rain in the soil) or oxigen/gas levels changes, they come outside
4 vibration on top of soil - little tremors caused by lawn mower etc makes them come out, too.
so if it´s just at one spot, I won´t be concerned.
if you see rainworms coming out everywhere when there´s obviously no reason (1,2,4) - I´ll go with reason 3 and be a bit suspicious.
drought will be no reason, they will only go deeper in the ground where it is still humid enough for them."
it was also on etp:
More than 10,000 earthworms found dead in a parking lot of 250m2 North Japan
Posted on August 13, 2012 by The Extinction Protocol
August 13, 2012 – JAPAN - In Komatsu city Ishikawa, more than 10,000 earthworms were found dead in a parking lot. Ishikawa prefecture is facing Japan / Korea Sea. Mr. Kobayashi is living near the parking lot. He comments he found earthworms dead in the evening of 8/5/2012. It kept increasing and now it’s scattered around in the 250 m2 of the area. There are about 500 dead worms in the space for one car. Because 16 cars can park there, more than 10,000 worms are dead in the whole area including the passageway. A former director of an insect’s museum visited the place to comment it is rare to see this many worms dead at once. It’s an ordinary type of earthworm. He assumes they came from the near greenery to the parking lot for water because of the intense heat and died there. Citizens nearby the area talks, “I haven’t seen such a thing. Is this because of the intense heat?” or “It may increase more.” –Fukushima Diary [link to theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com]